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encrust

, incrust (in-krŭst′) [L. incrustare, to cover with a rind or crust]
To coat with a crust of debris, e.g., of lipids, proteins, salts, slime, or sugars.
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(3,4) Especially in the presence of encrusted intrarenal segment of DJS, the use of PCNL and open procedures has been frequently reported.
Macadamia encrusted amberjack Mediterranean shrimp over fresh linguini Lamb chops with minted rosemary sauce
A BRIGHT pink car encrusted with diamonds and worth more than $1m could only be the creation of Merthyr Tydfil fashion designer Julien MacDonald.
On the street, the white stone box within the more heavily encrusted surroundings already signals the presence of a contemporary wall.
The complainant alleged that among the stolen items were four gold bracelets, two gold necklaces, a gold necklace encrusted with diamond, three gold earrings encrusted with diamonds, a diamond ring, four gold earrings and other jewellery items.
An auction and raffle will also be held, with a pink ribbon encrusted diamond brooch worth more than pounds 1,500 to be won.
The headpiece, valued at pounds 120,000, is encrusted with 231 diamonds and has been donated by its creator Slim Barrett for the online sale to raise cash for the British Red Cross.
Moreover, the researchers believe the burrows were a permanent feature of these soils, rather than being created long after the soil formed, because some burrows are encrusted with dolomite nodules, which normally take thousands of years to grow.
Here he sheathed in sequined tube tops a pair of PVC pipes propped like columns at one end of the gallery (Boobaliscious, 2004), encrusted used handbags with shards of mirrored Plexiglas (Leg-o-matic, 2004), and stuck paisley decals all over a pile of brightly painted tires (Slow Motion, 2004).
The Rolex is a lady's Oyster model, number 6917/8, and is encrusted with diamonds.
As he embarked on the tax scam, Geoffrey Mann handed detectives five pairs of cuff-links, which included a present from the Queen Mother, and a diamond encrusted brooch he had tracked down after the burglary at Prince Charles' private apartments.
Now Mark Wilson, a paleontologist at the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, reports in the May 3 SCIENCE on fossil evidence from cobbles (small, flat stones) encrusted with marine invertebrates that lived 450 million years ago.